Thank you, thank you abby d for your suggestions! Dishoom seems to be a fun spot and I am excited about the options for the perfect drink after the play. Just can't wait to get there!
Thank you for your kind tips! Yes, we will check out St. John hotel instead - I didn't even know that existed, but the breakfast menu is much more extensive than B& W.
I didn't really mean that J. Sheekey was greasy - I thought that we could just save money going to the Oyster Bar instead of the original restaurant. I thought that the munchy box in Edinburgh might be the greasy highlight of the trip...
What are the neighborhoods with a large Pakistani population? Advice is well appreciated and if you are ever near the Chicago area I would be glad to return the fav.
Hello All! There are quite a few posts like this that I have already looked through, but none that hit exactly what I was trying to do right on the head. I need a little bit of help. My husband and I are all set to go the UK next week and have the eating schedule below planned - I really need some advice and help with the question marked mealtimes. This is our first vacation since our honeymoon to Montreal seven years ago and I hope to make it really nice! We love good food and we love greasy food as you will see from the proposed list below - let those comments fly....
Breakfast - St. John Bread and Wine (only time that works out)
Lunch - Kitchin in Leith
Then with friends until Sunday night dinner back in London, staying in the West End - looking for a fabulous Indian restaurant and don't really want to go all the way cross-town to Tayyabs??Help.